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of and it's really fascinating and wonderful. he's going to talk about "carville by the sea" today. we'll look at slides. he'll tell us about the history of the outerlands, previously uninhabitable area of the city. we will invite your questions. so, please, you in the audience if you have questions, let us know. woody can help. thank you, woody, for being here. >> thank you. so we're going to talk a little bit about carville by the sea today. carville was a unique community out on the edge of san francisco. as you can see by the slide, it was made up of old street cars and horse cars that people used for residences, bars, restaurants, clubhouses. it had its peak in the 1890's, around the turn of the century. i should mention that you see this is a color shot. none of these photos were originally colorized. i essentially put color in there for the book just to make it pop a little bit. so don't be fooled. before we get started i'd like to talk about the organization that i helped found 10 years ago, the western neighborhoods project dedicated to the history of western san francisco. we
, which doesn't help the whole reputation of carville or these cars with the neighbors. they're getting beat up. this is by 1925. a lot of cars, they get pushed back in the backyards of house of lots. so somebody might build a conventional house and just push their old car house in the backyard. this was on 48th avenue in the backyard. it's an old cable car house. guy who lived there in the early 1960's, he had a boyfriend named cliff. they paint it yellow. when he got a new boyfriend named dennis, they painted it red to get rid of cliff. but it was a beautiful little car. he still remembers it. it disappeared, we think, sometimes in the 1970's. but this is what keeps my hopes up. this actually isn't in carville. this is in the richmond district on ninth avenue. people say, are there any car houses left? are they all gone? have they disappeared? this is an example of how one can surprise you. this is on ninth avenue in the parking lot behind the old coliseum theater. before that park being lot was there the city was looking for houses, spaces, near merchant corridors to create these lit
. it was respectable. that is essentially the last and best carville house on the highway. two cable cars that are joined together. they took out the walls and connected the rope and of course, as a bedroom. and i would like to buy it. >> i think we have a photograph of the inside of one of these cars. >> yes, some of the original cable car bridges are still on the inside. it is a wonderful place. i'm writing a book on carville. that is ucsf. adolph sutro donated the land. >> he had a lot of land. >> did. he bought a rancho in '82, and it was a huge chunk of land in a little peninsula. it took decades for it to fill in with housing. >> when he died, he leapt 1,100 acres to widows and orphans, and his children that truck. they comprise the woods, sherwood forest, forestville. it was a contentious thing. it took about 13, 15 years in public. >> this is actually in golden gate park, the casino. it was a controversy at the time to have a place that serve liquor and had card games in golden gate park. eventually, it moved to 24th ave. >> we still have the newly recently refurbished stop along
landrieu, james carville and mary matalin are all here. >>> we begin with today's "eye opener" yore world in 90 seconds. >> we have no reason to believe that the child has been harmed. >> a child hostage grows desperate in alabama. >> police are still negotiating with the gunman who has taken the 5-year-old boy hostage. >> after shooting and killing the school bus driver yesterday -- >> you wouldn't think anything like that would happen, especially around here. i guess bad things happen everywhere. >> violent storms are hitting the south. it's caused two dozen tornadoes. >> chuck hagel could face questioning --s u. >> you r you missed that point completely. >> gun control debate taking center stage on capitol hill in dramatic fashion. >> the time is now. you must act. >> the 1,000-mile-long line of violence of deadly storms. nectar get, new england. tornados, strong winds, flooding. >> wind surfers face harsh conditions to face off in the red bull storm chase competition. >> mascot versus cheerleader. never ends well. rocket the mascot not paying attention. she's okay. >> look at this. >>
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to be there. his mind wasn't on it. he didn't want toen gaming. >> this is legendary strategist james carville. >> like i say, there is no doubt that i can make a better case which is why i am so looking forward to tuesday. >> but again, why did it happen? al gore said was it the altitude? >> you are so good. we worship you so much. wass it the altitude? was al right? >> i don't recall the same interview with mitt t romney, why, what happened? they were shellshocked. she were shellshocked that this man they believe is god somehow was brought down to earth as a mere mortal so they made fools of themselves. gore is a fool. diane sawyer purports to be a serious anchor woman. >> that's these difference. during the election there was a story about mitt romney, and that he was a big bully. wow, this became big news. remember president obama admitted to smoking pot and doing drugs and snorting cocaine and all sorts of things. wasn't a big examination into that, but there was mitt romney bullying in high school. >> good evening. as we begin there is a surprising turn of events on the campaign trail. p
, you hire guys like begala and carville and karl rove, you're hiring a party, you're hiring the party guys, that's what they do and then when they come in they're looking at it it through the prism of the party and all of a sudden, this woman comes on and goes, glenn beck and bill o'reilly. now, i'm certainly not in any party. >> but-- >> i am so tired of this branding fox news as a republican outfit. i can't tell you. >> let me tell you what i think this is about, since her answer didn't make any sense. let me give you an educated guess. i think you, you, bill o'reilly, have become the poster boy for every liberal complaint about anything on cable tv for a couple of reasons. not because you're corrupt or you're the most biased person, it's because you're the most well-known person, that's the problem and of course, because you work for fox. nobody out there is saying cable tv would be so much better if we could only get rid of dylan ratigan. i mean, people listening to us now are saying, who? who did he just say? you're well-known, that's the price you pay for being well-known. it's
. >> you actually play his political consultant. like the james carville. >> i'm the robin to his batman. >> william johnson was actually abraham lincoln's chauffeur. >> he's a real guy. >> he was with abraham lincoln giving the gettysburg address and he died of smallpox and abraham lincoln with his own money had him buried he had wri "william h. johnson, citizen," and i think it was remarkable. he didn't call him caddie or employee, he didn't call him man, he called him citizen -- >> or vampire caddie. >> or vampire slapper in the facer. >> thank you. >> thank you, anthony. [ hudson ] at weight watchers when we look back at what our members have accomplished in the past 50 years, it's pretty amazing. ♪ i feel like i'm on top of the world right now ♪ ♪ on top of the world right now ♪ introducing a weight loss program 50 years in the making. ♪ and i feel like i'm standing 10 ft. tall ♪ built on the power of the human spirit. built for human nature, so you can expect amazing. introducing the new weight watchers 360 program. join for free and expect amazing. because it works. >>
-term elections after the stimulus and obamacare. the things go through cycles. remember james carville wrote the democrats,be the democrat party is over. then two years later, "the republican party is over." it will take a while to find out what they can do on the right. when it comes to the left, one thing that is amazing is the difference between how they talk about obama versus bush. they hated the way president bush walked. it drove them crazy. then when president obama runs downstairs and that's so cool. like the little things, i try not to be reactionarybe on some of these things. there are so many kids that can't even do math when they get out of school. inequality, if you are concerned about it, that is a big problem. not climb change, which won't do any good for anybody. >> eric: when i say the left, main stream media leaning left. will they say the honeymoon is over, sir? too much for -- >> greg: absolutely not. this is what the media wants. remember the game shows that the kids were allowed an hour to run crazy in toy store? the next four years is that. for the media academic comp
several years ago "the war room" that introduced us to future stars james carville to the world. >> let's forget something else inspired by "the war room" was "the west wing". >> of course. and soderbergh's "k street" which i think softened the ground for these. but it is a fascinating -- >> david, let's broaden it beyond the territory of this town. to david. is this something like the celebration of the squares, the people that are not adrenaline by cameras, they do they jobs. you don't know who they are, but they do their jobs. i was thinking about the movie about the astronauts and what it takes. what is that movie called? >> "the right stuff". >> the right stuff. there is a movie that celebrated squares, if you will. the people that showed to work and work regular hours and get the job done. >> i'm not sure about that, chris. but i do want to say first, and i'm sure ann will agree with me that? film critics were allowed to carry guns we won't have all"tw. >> alex jones speaks again. >> yes. now to your point about this. i think there is an element of showbiz in politics, because let
and susan mac doug l, james carville, yes. >> and what lead to the suicide of vitamin sent foster? >> how much time do we have? [laughter] jim is a period person. he has a lot of psychology abnormalities. and he is very manipulative and, you know, when he proposed the white water deal, bill was not interested at all. but hillary thought it was a great idea. it was basically her decision. jim is kind of sick. susan, his wife was aned incredibly suffering person who never betrayed her confidence in and trust in the clintons. and she was treated scandalously by ken knit star who had her e man kled and put her in solitary confinement. -horrible the way she he treated her. james anyone who can understand and talk about him was probably one win and cad me award. i'm not that person. -- [inaudible] i'm sorry nap is the most tragic event one can conceive of. foster and west and hillary clinton were best friends. they had lunch every day. west and convinced protected her with the law firm, was accused her of too much time to do politics and not enough time for the law firm. she usinged to call [in
of the rajin cajun, james carville, himself or somebody else. that was all preplanned. >> do you love the mix-up of words probably. it was all preplanned probably. i can tell you for sure. the oracle of thebes here. rush limbaugh said clinton's emotions were less than genuine. let's listen. >> and i guess everybody's favorite part, she lost her cool at one point. by the way, she opened up crying, which is part of the script. >> the underwater walrus. anyway, senator ron johnson, who sparred with clinton, said she planned -- well, she planned her show. she said he planned it. quote, i think she just decided before she was going to describe emotionally the four dead americans, the heroes, and use that as her trump card to get out of the questions. it was a good way of getting out of really having to respond to me. and then there was this grotesquery, the cover of "the new york post." supposedly a newspaper. i go back to neera tanden. my belief is she wants to think about this presidency thing. what do you think should be the right media response to her for the next six months or so? >> you know
. drew brees, mayor mitch landrieu, james carville and mary matalin are all here. >>> we begin this morning with today's "eye opener" your world in 90 seconds. >> we have no reason to believe that the child has been harmed. >> reporter: a hostage drama grows desperate in alabama. >> police in alabama are still negotiating with the gunman who has taken a 5-year-old boy hostage. >> after shooting and killing the school bus driver yesterday -- >> you would never think anything like this would happen especially around here. i guess bad things happen everywhere. >>> hey, that's a tornado, buddy. >> violent storms are slamming the east coast this morning after leaving parts of the south and midwest in shambles.
yesterday was james carville and here's what he said about the game. >> i'm forever behind. i want double secret triple- double overtime [ indiscernible ] i don't care. >> reporter: triple-double triple overtime -- what is that? we just want the 9ers to win. that's it. i don't care how they do it as long as they win. right, frank? >> he is can of ay guy. did you get to chat with him a little bit more? >> no, not really. we asked him a couple of questions after a news conference but he had to go. he was with the mayor. what he did say though is that new orleans is the best place to host the super bowl and they did it cheaper than probably any other city across the country. they don't have to build anything to accommodate people. it's been here nearly 300 years. new orleans is here. take it. >> it's party central. they hosted the super bowl more than anybody. this is their tenth time. it is the perfect place for the super bowl. great stuff. >>> 5:24. from phony tickets to rental scams, how to look out for some common super bowl swindle. >> bo
can have that argument right now >> james carville said in the clinton administration that he wanted to come back reincarnated as the bull market because that was limited what they felt they could do with the agenda at the time. as far as i know, there is no one in humanity who currently like that. [laughter] >> let me ask you a little bit about patrick moore. when you think that we can conceivably do tax reform without an agreement this tax code needs to raise? >> without an agreement, would it even make sense to try to do tax reform? >> by and large, no. there is a question about being revenue neutral and what neutrality would be and whether you could move around at things in that context. that is much harder to do. and once you start doing fundamental tax reform, what do you think? >> i think that sounds pretty good. so we can talk about this going forward. >> certainly okay, thank you. okay, let me try to be optimistic here. it's interesting that during the debate, and for a wild during the fiscal cliff debate, there was a discussion about support from across the aisle. bob, you
it was staged probably under the direction of james carville. here we go again. >> and again, it's just republican airborne amnesia. they hated her. then they loved her. then they are going to hate her again for the next four years. remember john kerry? totally backfired in their face because if they had kicked bush to the curve and let john kerry become president in 2004 john kerry would have inherited the crap storm. and they blew it. >> can you work with me then on an ongoing basis so we can get that behind us. >> well, i think, senator in all fairness, i think we do know what happened. i -- i think that it is very clear -- were you at the briefing with the tapes? >> no. [ laughter ] >> well, there was a briefing with tapes, which we all saw -- those of us who went to it -- [ laughter ] >> which made it crystal clear. we sat for several hours with our intel folks who described to us precisely what we were seeing. we saw all of the events unfold. we had a very complete and detailed description. >> which you missed. >> a tea bagger gets tea bagged. >> stephanie: yeah.
over at cnn. several contributors no longer with the network including james carville and mary madeline who say the decision was the network's, not theirs red steak blogger, eric erickson has a new job at fox news. no surprise there. the morning program is getting revamped, cnn's new president, geoff zucker hired chris queue mo to be part of it. soledad's role is unclear as they move forward. >> geoff zucker has to shake it up. a clear sign i think. a hewn talent. no where to go but up. more power to them. >> there are no little fixes. >> no. if he had come in and said we have a great product. we are going to stick with it the way it is. i wonder if after what we saw with ann curry on nbc if we will see him bring her to cnn as well. >> interesting. as the baltimore ravens and 49ers get set to faceoff in the super bowl, the senators from maryland have offered a wager. a meal of crab cakes, maryland beer. >> no. >> they are waiting to hear from barbara boxer and dianne feinstein from california as to what they will offer. the hill reports that
with james carville ahead. and new york city's criminal system might be clogged for years to come because of massive flood damage from superstorm sandy. we'll explain. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> 24 hours and bipartisanship ushered in with a brand new congress already seems to be shifting just weeks before the next major battle over the debt ceiling republican lawmakers are making it clear they are ready to fight the president. let's bring in our national political correspondent on capitol hill with the latest. >> it seems old habits die hard. remember the moments yesterday as members of 113th congress were sworn in? never mind. after surviving a failed coo led by his own members john boehner wants to take the same fractured party into battle. in a closed door meeting of house republicans a source tells cnn boehner said he will demand budget cuts larger than any increase in the debt limit. boehner told the members the focus turns to spending that puts republicans and congress back on a collision course with the white house after the president insisted he will not
carville and former bush white house press secretary ari fleischer. both cnn contributors. guys, thanks very much. there's going to be another huge fight in the coming weeks over raising the nation's debt ceiling. there's going to be a battle between john boehner and mitch mcconnell. here's a washington post poll that just came out. do you approve of the budget negotiations to avoid the fiscal cliff were handled? 52% agree with the president handled and only 31%, john boehner. ari, who has more political capital going into this next round? >> well, on a poll like that, john boehner is not known by 100% of the country. so it's not as indicative of that poll. the president is more popular than the congress and the president has more leverage than the congress does. at the end of the day, though, we're all in one nation and have to do something about this debt to save our children from it being such a burden. that still requires everyone to come together. no matter how you slice it, the republican hand is a weaker one, the president's is a stronger one. >> does he have any hand right now w
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